HLTH (pronounced “health”) is the industry’s groundbreaking event for Senior Executives
HLTH’s mission is to bring together senior leaders from across the health ecosystem to solve the most pressing problems and actualize the most promising opportunities to improve health. Throughout the event, you’ll learn from and interact with others in small and large groups, at public and private sessions, around topic-driven roundtables, and through one-on-one meetings.
Our curated networking programs maximize your time by connecting you with peers who share your interests, who are prepared to explore partnerships, and who are seeking to create personalized collaborations to help both you and your organization grow.
HLTH is the largest and most important conference for health innovation and is the destination for senior leaders from across the health ecosystem. Over four days at HLTH, we’ve created curated networking programs to maximize your time by connecting you with peers who share your interests, who are prepared to explore partnerships, and who are seeking to create personalized collaborations to help both you and your organization grow.
The Data Interoperability Debates
Dr. Natalie Pankova , Chief Operating Officer, Metadvice
John Bass, Founder & CEO, Hashed Health
Don Rucker, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Aashima Gupta, Director, Global Healthcare Solutions, Google Cloud
Scott Barclay, Partner, Data Collective
Round 1: Blockchain or Bust.
The use cases for blockchain in health are endless, but it has yet to make a real dent in the system. Will 2020 be the year where we see a real business case for blockchain? If so, will the breakthrough come from private, commissioned or decentralized patient-owned platforms? Hear both sides give their case.
Round 2: The Health Data Liberation.
Health may be a slow mover to full data interoperability, but the shift is happening. Industry stakeholders are eagerly seeking ways to optimize their operations through freeing siloed data, but what is actually working and what really happens to the data once freed? Hear two different perspectives on the best strategy to remove health data’s shackles.